Visceral Games Listens to Gamers, Announces New Patch that Addresses Player Concerns

A new patch will be out for Battlefield: Hardline that addresses the most complained about issue among fans.

Battlefield: Hardline has been out for about a month now, and will soon have a major update that addresses the "top 5 priority issues" voted in by the fans. Along with some smaller miscellaneous fixes, Visceral Games has put the focus on complaints from players of Battlefield Hardline, and the first patch release will be coming to all platforms in the future. A date has not yet been listed.

Some of the fixes include the TDM spawns, extending conquest times, the balance of weapons, and fixes to Punkbuster. Further information can be found on the Battlefield website along with a more detailed version on the new changes.

The new update also comes with a new Rent-A-Server program for all consoles. Players will be allowed to customize their own servers, and invite friends to play with them. No price or demand has been announced for an individual server though.

Visceral Games wants everyone to know that they will continue to take in comments from the community, so if you want anything to be fixed then go ahead and make it known on


Been playing games since I was old enough to pick up a controller // Being involved in the community would be a dream.

Published Jun. 15th 2020
  • Elijah Beahm
    Featured Columnist
    Um, heads up Victor -- Battlefield: Hardline was developed by Visceral Games... not DICE.
  • Victor Ren
    ...Thank you so much, I even see the company tag when playing the game. I don't know what I was thinking, thank you so much for pointing that out.

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